PhoneWorld Team Wishes Labor Day to all Hard Workers Globally

PhoneWorld Team Wishes Labor Day to all Hard Workers Globally

PhoneWorld Team Wishes Labor Day to all Hard Workers Globally

On 1st May 1886 labour unions in the United States of America made a decision to go on a strike.

Millions of people celebrate May 1 as a day devoted to the rights of workers and the working class.

The annual workers' holiday in the Anatolian country has traditionally been a time that workers, unsatisfied with the working conditions, stage demonstrations, leading to confrontation between protesters and police.

"Each year, Labor Day gives us an opportunity to recognize the invaluable contributions that working men and women make to our nation, our economy and our collective prosperity". Coincidentally Maharashtra Day and Gujarat Day also fall on the same day which commemorates the making of the states after Bombay State was divided on the basis of language.

In connection with the day, news channels have prepared special programmes to create awareness among the masses about the rights of the labourers and to express solidarity with this vital segment of the society.

Pakistan and many other countries around the world are celebrating "Labor Day" to celebrate the economic and social achievements of a worker. In some countries, the particular day is celebrated on a separate day, but the significance remains the same. In that year, on May 1, there was a general strike for the eight-hour workday. During the protest, when the police were trying to disperse the crowd an unidentified person threw a bomb at them. The event lead to the death of eight workers. With this decision, May 1 has been celebrated as the World Labour Day since 1890.

Labour Day or May Day has been a focal point of protests by various socialist and communist groups and is an important holiday in communist countries like China, North Korea, Cuba and the former Soviet Union countries.

Nepal has marked the celebration of the Day with the Workers Movement that started in Biratnagar in 1950.

A meeting of the labour organisations and labour leaders of the world held in Paris in 1889 took the decision to mark World Labour Day across the globe every year.

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